All Noun Verb
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  • Info Murder is the unlawful killing, with malice aforethought, of another human, and generally this premeditated state of mind distinguishes murder from other forms of unlawful homicide (such as manslaughter).
  • An act such as murder is wrong/evil by its very nature.
  • Thomas Wind was charged with second degree murder and sent back to prison.
  • All other murder was second-degree murder, and not a capital crime.
  • There have been only three murders in the last five years in town.
  • It showed what kind of a person he was and that something like murder was not beneath him.
  • When the male members of the community discover what is going on, they murder him.
  • The film is based on a real life murder.
  • The most common divisions are between first and second degree murder.
  • The most common divisions are between first and second degree murder.
  • Only one of them, however, has crossed the line to murder.
  • The last entry was made on the night after the murder.
  • All murder charges were subsequently moved up to first-degree murder.
  • It appeared so fresh that the workers believed they had discovered a recent murder victim.
  • Are not many of their men-folk being murdered in cold blood?
  • He does so by murdering all those responsible before even his friend is laid to rest.
  • Henry was returned to the Tower, where he was murdered the same night.
  • The next day, she was found guilty of first-degree murder.
  • The remaining four first-degree murder charges could still have led to the death penalty.
  • As the people expected nothing good of him, they threw him into prison and murdered him.
  • The night of his murder was one such occasion.
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Meaning of murder

  • noun Unlawful premeditated killing of a human being by a human being
  • verb Kill intentionally and with premeditation
    The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered